Protest votes raise uncertainty in close Italy election




 
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Protest votes raise uncertainty in close Italy election
 
February 25th, 2013  
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Protest votes raise uncertainty in close Italy election
ROME (Reuters) - Polls in Italy opened for the second and final day of voting on Monday, with a surge in protest votes increasing fears of an unclear outcome that could hamper economic reforms. "I'm sick of the scandals and the stealing," said Paolo Gentile, a 49-year-old lawyer from Rome who said he had voted for the 5-Star Movement, an anti-establishment group set to make a huge impact at this, its first general election. "We need some young, new people in parliament, not the old parties that are totally discredited. ...




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